Noble Inns - The Oge House, Inn on the Riverwalk
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... view of the Hill Country from his back yard. We sat at his kitchen table and chatted, then went up to the Comfort Cafe for dinner (chicken-fried steak, patty melt, sweet tea - yum!). Mike was his usual personable and entertaining self - we said goodnight and headed back to the hotel to literally fall into bed.
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Just a short drive (on I-35, yuck) from Austin to San Antonio. Drove to the Days Inn Alamo/Riverwalk - yes it is run down, worse for wear, etc. but is clean, a decent price, and within walking distance of the Riverwalk! First order of business was a nap, then we readied to ride bikes. We rode over to the Visitors' Center to get a trail map, posed for a photo in front of the Alamo, got a free hug from a group of Seventh ...
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After talking with Faelyn , come to find out, the GBF gets lots of requests for help from special forces families dealing with issues around cancer as well as the trauma of war.
Riding with a great group on the 4th of July, Independence Day, to help raise money to help families all over this country be independent again. What can be better?
... couple of tips for dinner. Unfortunately his tips didn’t eventuate, probably due to he could barely stand up let alone give directions, so we ended up in…surprise, surprise, Bourbon St where dinner involved cigars and test-tube shooters of various colours being poured down our throats by very forward barmaids. Even though this bar was reasonably quiet we soon had the crowd that was there joining in the frivolity, and a couple of librarians from New Jersey were ...
... stop of the day is the Alamo. We didn’t know what to expect; which was probably a good thing. The Alamo is full of history—but we are not familiar with any of it, so we are always anxious to learn new things. There is essentially a fort area with several main buildings. The gift shop is the largest building. The shrine is the primary destination building of the Alamo. This building is basically empty and has a few small ...